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Give Me Your Love by Ridiculusmus - Playlist of Production Clips
online resourceposted on 18.12.2020, 13:09 by Richard James Talbot
A clip from Ridiculusmus’ landmark play Give Me Your Love, a show discussed in the related document
Talbot, RJ 2017, ''It blows my mind' : intoxicated performances by Ridiculusmus' , Performance Research Journal, 22 (6) , pp. 83-92.
This clip and others featured on the channel are assessed and discussed in the trilogy of shows, Dialogue As The Embodiment of Love, happening from the 22nd to the 24th of May, 2020
Dialogue As The Embodiment of Love is a trilogy of socially engaged work by one of Britain’s flagship comedy theatre companies, Ridiculusmus, including specially curated screenings, expert talks and an opportunity for discussion. Ridiculusmus offer an insight into their research with academics in clinical psychology, and into their creative process.
This trilogy looks and listens closely to the most widespread mental health conditions of our age (psychosis, PTSD and insurmountable bereavement) and offers ways in which we respond to and work with people processing traumatic experiences.
Written and Directed by David Woods and Jonathan Haynes
Cast: Jon Haynes, David Woods
Script and performance collaborators: Richard Talbot, Rupert Jones
Biomedical consultants: Ben Sessa, Michael and Annie Mithoefer, Brad Burge, Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), Virgil Huston and Steve Macdonald of PRISM.
Design: Jacob Williams
Lighting: Richard Vabre
Sound: Marco Cher-Gibard
Piano: Catherine Siddall
Additional sound design: Andy Waddell
Commissioned by Artshouse, Melbourne and BAC.
Funded by the Royal Victoria Hall Foundation, Wellcome Trust, the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts and Arts Council England with support from Victorian College Of The Arts, University of Melbourne; University of Salford, Hijinx theatre and City of Melbourne via Artshouse, Melbourne through their Culture Lab programme.
Premiered at Artshouse, Melbourne 2015